In my first post, I shared my history when it comes to staining and restoring furniture. In this post I will share lessons I’ve learned over the years and how that has helped fuel my passion for refinishing pianos.
A lot of piano makers in the 1800’s started out as cabinetmakers.
At Minwax® we value and celebrate the spirit of volunteering for the betterment of the community. With that notion in mind, we’re happy to share this two part blog series from Do Good With Wood™ honoree Lori Bowers.
My dad is a picker. He had a great job when I grew up, but he always Continue reading
I was in my workshop getting some sample boards ready for my talk “My Five Favorite Woods — And How To Finish Them” and I was applying Wipe-On Poly to cherry and thought it would be good to pass along this tip: use a folded piece of #600-grit sandpaper as your applicator. Rub the
If you are ever about to embark on a serious woodworking project, don’t limit yourself to what little high quality wood you typically find at one of the Big Box home improvement stores. When I was pulling together boards for my talk “My Five Favorite Woods — and How To Finish Them,”